4 Ways To Make It Cooler Upstairs

Posted on: 19 April 2017

When you turn on the air conditioning in your home, you probably notice that the downstairs floor of your home stays significantly cooler than the upstairs. This makes sleeping at night not as comfortable as it should be if your bedrooms are located upstairs. The reason this happens is because hot air travels upwards, which it will do in your home when being pushed out by the cool air coming from your AC.
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Don't Get Left In The Cold: 3 Tips To Prepare Your Heating And Cooling System For Winter

Posted on: 8 October 2015

With winter fast approaching, it's time to start preparing your home for the cold temperatures that are soon to arrive. That means more than just buying colored lights to decorate your house for Christmas. You depend on your central heating and cooling system to keep your home warm during the cold winter months, and you don't want to end up shivering in the cold because you skipped needed maintenance for your system.
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Tools Of The Dryer Vent Cleaning Trade

Posted on: 28 July 2015

Out of the 3,700 structure fires that occur each year, according to the National Fire Protection Association, at least 9 percent of those fires were linked to washers and dryers. If you operate or manage a laundromat, dormitory or any other commercial facility with several industrial dryers, you may be concerned about the potential fire hazard that a clogged dryer vent can pose. As you hire a commercial dryer vent cleaning service, you might wonder what tools they'll use to get the job done.
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Which Heating And Cooling Solutions Are Best For Mild Climates?

Posted on: 8 July 2015

People who live in mild climates have a lot of options on how to successfully heat and cool their home. If your current system is failing, and you live in a mild climate, check out these four heating and cooling options. Find the perfect one for your home. Heat Pump A heat pump is one of the best devices for people who live in mild climates. Heat pumps are extremely energy efficient, and they can save you between 30 and 40 percent off your utility bill.
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